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StreetTalk

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StreetTalk attempts to dig deep into the Portland area’s ever-changing communal landscape through multiple interviews that fully plunge into a specific topic. No longer a small backyard community, our downtown core is expanding as neighborhoods evolve to welcome a multitude of new residents. Our growing pains will be highlighted through interviews featuring topics concerning real estate & development, infrastructure & building, homelessness & community, and more.

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Jan 25, 2018 StreetTalk
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Amy sits down with Roger Valdez, director of Seattle for Growth, to talk real estate and PR. Roger has been advocating for more housing options in every Seattle-area neighborhood for all kinds of incomes, from micro-housing to mansions and tenant housing to owner-occupied. See all StreetTalk Episodes at https://www.veracityagency.com/blog/streettalk-podcast/
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Sep 27, 2017 StreetTalk
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Oregon is the only state in the nation that keeps getting hungrier. Metro HomeShare's Jen Carter talks about hunger in our city and state.
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Aug 16, 2017 StreetTalk
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Sunshine Division Executive Director Kyle Camberg talks about hunger, food insecurity and how you can help feed Portland's kids.
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Jun 27, 2017 StreetTalk
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Thank you for listening to me muddle through the discovery process regarding the proposed historic district (HD) in Eastmoreland. What could have very well been an indulgent project began as a way to find out the truth by listening to both sides of the issue. I didn’t want to staunchly remain within my own bubble of like-minded people, as we all so often do. So, I thought I’d ask some smart people some questions, that’s all.